One of our sapsuckers here in British Columbia is this Red-naped version with the others being Red-breasted, Yellow-bellied, and Williamson's. This particular bird is found in the drier sections of the interior favoring poplar groves. One of the cool things about sapsuckers are the wells they drill in selected trees. Not only do they drink the sap of the trees for a sugar meal from which they make side by side holes. but they also drill holes vertically where the sap traps insects. These traps are then checked on regularly for a quick protein meal.